The state of New York

New York (English: State of New York), located in the U.S.A In the northeast, the United States is the most developed economic state.
The state of New York
New York is the central nervous system and economic heart. The financial, business, industry, art, clothing is a leader in the United States, agriculture and manufacturing industry as the main industry of the state. It has the largest U.S. New York And The port of New York .
New York city and suburban (the state) outside the area known as the state. Empire State . New York was originally Indian live The first half of seventeenth Century, as the Holland colony, in 1664 the British occupation renamed New York.

The state of New York History

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In 1524, the first European white (Giyuwani Verrazano
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Giovanni Da Verrazano) on behalf of the year The king of France Set foot on the land near the present near the port of New York.
The state of New York from 1609 to 1664 in Holland for new, named Amsterdam . 1609, Henry Hudson (Henry Hudson) into the Hudson River Basin exploration. The first Dutch colony in 1624 at Fort Orange (now Albany This is the first established), New York's permanent European Colonization Area. In 1626, the new Holland colonies third chief executive Peter Minuit (Peter Minuit) 60Dutch guilders (gross cost about $$24) to the Indians bought the island of Manhattan (Manhattan Island).
The Dutch New Holland (New Netherland) for more than and 40 years, until 1664, was taken by the English, for
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The memorial Duke of York (Duke of York) and the area was renamed New York. In addition, the name of the same from Britain Yorkshire So, in order to show the difference in its name before the addition of a "new" word to show the difference between Chinese and the word "New York" is the "New York" transliteration
Independence in 1777. New York is one of the main battlefield during the American War of independence, about 1/3 of the size of the battle started in New York on the land. The famous June 1777 Battle of Saratoga (Battle of Saratoga) took place in New York, which laid the foundation of the battle The American War of independence The victory.
In 1788 New York became the eleventh state to join the Confederate states. In April 30, 1789, the father of the United States George Washington (George Washington) in New York City, was sworn in as the first president, was the capital of the United States in New York city. 1797, Albany (Albany) became the capital of the state of New York.

The state of New York Geography

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New York, an area of 128401 square kilometers, is located in the northeastern United states. The St. Lawrence region is located in the state of low north, west of the region Alexandria Bay, and St Lawrence River And Canada is bounded. Eddie Ron Dyke highlands area is located in the northeast of New York, including Deckard Durand AI mountains. Located in New York, North West of the Great Lakes area adjacent to low Lake Erie And the Ontario lake. The Hudson Mohawk - low area is located in the central part of the state of New York and the southeast, including Kazakhstan egg pan right about Huck River valley. New York, the south eastern border, more than half are new England Highland area. The area from 1000 Princeton The lake has been extended to the island of Manhattan. The Atlantic coastal plain area include Staten Island , Long Island (Long Island) and coastal areas.

The state of New York terrain

Complex terrain, dominated by plateau and mountain. Northeastern Adirondack Mountains, the Xishan horse is 1629 metres above sea level, is the highest point of the state. Most of the South appalachian plateau The area of 1/2, accounting for the state. The distribution of the West and the north margin of the state
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Department of the Binhu plain and the St. Lawrence Valley, east of the Hudson and Mohawk lowlands and the southeastern end of the Atlantic coastal plain. Many lakes, many Moraine lake 600 kilometers of shoreline. The Hudson Mohawk - communication channel is low low shore and the great lakes only the Atlantic, convenient transportation.
New York district is the Appalachian plateau area is the largest geographical area, covering almost the most areas of the southern states. The main rivers in New York Hudson River And the Mohawk River, the St. Lawrence River and the Niagara river.
New York has 204 kilometers of coastline along Lake Erie and lake Ontario 600 kilometers of shoreline. There are 8000 lakes, 9 major rivers. Niagara Falls is northeast of the major scenic resorts, rich in hydropower resources.

The state of New York climate

Temperate humid continental climate, cold in winter and cool in summer, the average annual precipitation is 820-1100 mm, more wet weather. New York's climate is temperate and cold, in January the average temperature of 0 degrees below the average temperature of 21 degrees, July. Annual precipitation ranged from 889 to 1143 mm. New York city in January, the average temperature is 0.7 C; in February March 0.8 C, 3.3 C. In July the average temperature of 23 degrees to 22 degrees in August. The annual precipitation is 1063 mm. The winter snows in Northwest New York is very rich.

The state of New York Resources

New York is rich in natural forest resources. Fishing outside Long Island, in recent years, due to serious pollution of the sea, the output value decreased year by year . Mineral iron, lead, zinc, silver, oil, but the yield is not much. Because the construction industry is very developed, the more important of sand, stone, gravel, clay, gypsum, talc.
The main mineral resources are valuable for non-metallic minerals, including cement, sand, gypsum etc.. Metal minerals include lead, zinc, iron, silver. Abundant water resources, hydropower accounted for 1/4 of the total generating capacity of the state of New York.

The state of New York administrative division

New York can be divided into seven geographical regions: the lower St. Lawrence Eddie Ron Dyke region, high area, big lake Low area, low - Hudson Mohawk area, New England The highland, the Atlantic coastal plain area, and the Appalachian plateau. The main city of the state: New York city (New York City), buffalo / Buffalo City (Buffalo), Lo Chester (Rochester), Yang Kesi (Yonkers), syracuse (Syracuse), and Albany (Albany capital).
The United States of New York, a total of 62 counties. The British won the German colony Newamsterdam Immediately after
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It is established in 12 counties, but the county was abolished after two before. In 1914, Bronx county is the youngest County in the state, the county is a part of New York, and the latter is at the end of nineteenth Century from the Weisitechesitexian annexation. The source of many counties in New York from the name of the diversity. Native American The language, from the British royal family names or names, from the political and military figures of the early United States, but also New York state politicians.
New York has 5 districts and 5 counties in New York city and county governments are basically the same, the 5 counties have no effect, only some of the district officials, New York city is considered the 5 counties (districts) of New York county (county seat: Manhattan Kings County (,) Brooklyn Bronx county (,) Bronx ), Richmond county (Staten Island and Queens County () Queens ). Because each district has at least one independent of the main post office (Queens 4), the district's county to the main post office (Manhattan), New York to Broolyn, Bronx, Staten Island and Jamaica (Queens). But the main post office service communities are within the scope of New York city and other counties in the state is different, New York city's 5 District Authority is limited, in almost all aspects of the city are subordinate departments.

The state of New York Politics

The New York state government by the executive, legislative and judicial three mechanism. Among them, the governor and other independent election For the officials of administrative agencies; the state legislature (the Senate) and the house of Commons; the state Supreme Court, the New York court of appeals and the lower court composed of the judiciary.
The state government office on January 2011, a term of 4 years. The governor is Democrat Andrew Cuomo . New York's parliament (the Senate) and the number of MPs were 63 and 150, for a period of two years. At present, the Senate by the Republican majority. In the house of Commons, the Democratic Party with 105 seats in the majority.
The state of New York and Jiangsu Province, New York city and Beijing city respectively as the sister province and city.
New York is a federal system, governor, lieutenant governor, Comptroller and attorney general (Attorney General) by direct election. There are 20 departments under the governor. The State Council consists of the Senate and House of Representatives There are 60 people, state senator and state representative 150 people. New York has 11 judicial administrative region.
The governor of New York (Governors of New York) is the American state of New York's highest executive, initially for a period of two years, 1877 was extended to three years, 1895 went back to two years, 1938 for four years.
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Term of office
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The Democratic Party
1777 -1795
Two
1795 -1801
Three
George Clinton
The Democratic Party
1801 -1804
Four
Morgan Lewis
The Democratic Party
1804 -1807
Five
The Democratic Party
1807 -1817
Six
The Democratic Party
1817
Seven
The Democratic Party
1817 -1822
Eight
Joseph - C - Yates
The Democratic Party
1823 -1824
Nine
DeWitt Clinton
Republican Clinton
1825 -1828
Ten
Nathaniel Pitcher
The Democratic Party
1828
Eleven
Jackson, the Democratic Party
1829
Twelve
George Rupp - T - Si
Jackson, the Democratic Party
1829 -1832
Thirteen
The Democratic Party of the United States
1833 -1838
Fourteen
The Whig Party
1839 -1842
Fifteen
William C Bourque
The Democratic Party of the United States
1843 -1844
Sixteen
Silas Wright
The Democratic Party of the United States
1845 -1846
Seventeen
The Whig Party
1847 -1848
Eighteen
The Whig Party
1849 -1850
Nineteen
Washington Hunt
Rent by the Whig Party
1851 -1852
Twenty
The Democratic Party of the United States
1853 -1854
Twenty-one
Myron - H - Clark
Melting and Republican
1855 -1856
Twenty-two
John Alsop Kim
1857 -1858
Twenty-three
Edwin - D - Morgan
Republican Party
1859 -1862
Twenty-four
The Democratic Party of the United States
1863 -1864
Twenty-five
Ruben Fenton
1865 -1868
Twenty-six
John Thompson Hoffman
The Democratic Party of the United States
1869 -1872
Twenty-seven
Republican Party
1873 -1874
Twenty-eight
The Democratic Party of the United States
1875 -1876
Twenty-nine
Lucius Robinson
The Democratic Party of the United States
1877 -1879
Thirty
Alonso - B - Connell
Republican Party
1880 -1882
Thirty-one
Grover Cleveland
The Democratic Party of the United States
1883 -1884
Thirty-two
David - B - Hill
The Democratic Party of the United States
1885 -1891
Thirty-three
Rothwell P Flower
The Democratic Party of the United States
1892 -1894
Thirty-four
Levi Parsons Morton
Republican Party
1895 -1896
Thirty-five
Frank - S - Black
Republican Party
1897 -1898
Thirty-six
Republican Party
1899 -1900
Thirty-seven
Little Benjamin Barker Odell
Republican Party
1901 -1904
Thirty-eight
Frank - W - Higgins
Republican Party
1905 -1906
Thirty-nine
Republican Party
1907 -1910
Forty
Horace White
Republican Party
1910
Forty-one
John Alden Dicks
The Democratic Party of the United States
1911 -1912
Forty-two
William Saelzer
The Democratic Party of the United States
1913
Forty-three
Martin - H - Green
The Democratic Party of the United States
1913 -1914
Forty-four
Charles - S - Whitman
Republican Party
1915 -1918
Forty-five
The Democratic Party of the United States
1919 -1920
Forty-six
Nathan Lewis Miller
Republican Party
1921 -1922
Forty-seven
The Democratic Party of the United States
1923 -1928
Forty-eight
The Democratic Party of the United States
1929 -1932
Forty-nine
The Democratic Party of the United States
1933 -1942
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Charles Poletti
The Democratic Party of the United States
1942
Fifty-one
Republican Party
1943 -1954
Fifty-two
The Democratic Party of the United States
1955 -1958
Fifty-three
Republican Party
1959 -1973
Fifty-four
Malcolm Wilson
Republican Party
1973 -1974
Fifty-five
Hugh Carey
The Democratic Party of the United States
1975 -1982
Fifty-six
The Democratic Party of the United States
1983 -1995
Fifty-seven
Republican Party
1995 -2006
Fifty-eight
The Democratic Party of the United States
2007 -2008
Fifty-eight
The Democratic Party of the United States
2008 -2011
Fifty-nine
The Democratic Party of the United States
Since 2011

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Governor
party
Term of office
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George Clinton
The Democratic Party
1777 -1795
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john jay
The Federal Party
1795 -1801
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George Clinton
The Democratic Party
1801 -1804
Four
Morgan Lewis
The Democratic Party
1804 -1807
Five
Daniel D. Tompkins
The Democratic Party
1807 -1817
Six
John Taylor
The Democratic Party
1817
Seven
DeWitt Clinton
The Democratic Party
1817 -1822
Eight
Joseph - C - Yates
The Democratic Party
1823 -1824
Nine
DeWitt Clinton
Republican Clinton
1825 -1828
Ten
Nathaniel Pitcher
The Democratic Party
1828
Eleven
Martin Van Buren
Jackson, the Democratic Party
1829
Twelve
George Rupp - T - Si
Jackson, the Democratic Party
1829 -1832
Thirteen
William Learned Marcy
The Democratic Party of the United States
1833 -1838
Fourteen
William Henry Seward
The Whig Party
1839 -1842
Fifteen
William C Bourque
The Democratic Party of the United States
1843 -1844
Sixteen
Silas Wright
The Democratic Party of the United States
1845 -1846
Seventeen
John Young
The Whig Party
1847 -1848
Eighteen
Hamilton Fish
The Whig Party
1849 -1850
Nineteen
Washington Hunt
Rent by the Whig Party
1851 -1852
Twenty
Horatio Seymour
The Democratic Party of the United States
1853 -1854
Twenty-one
Myron - H - Clark
Melting and Republican
1855 -1856
Twenty-two
John Alsop Kim
Republican Party
1857 -1858
Twenty-three
Edwin - D - Morgan
Republican Party
1859 -1862
Twenty-four
Horatio Seymour
The Democratic Party of the United States
1863 -1864
Twenty-five
Ruben Fenton
The United Party
1865 -1868
Twenty-six
John Thompson Hoffman
The Democratic Party of the United States
1869 -1872
Twenty-seven
John Adams Dix
Republican Party
1873 -1874
Twenty-eight
Samuel Tilden
The Democratic Party of the United States
1875 -1876
Twenty-nine
Lucius Robinson
The Democratic Party of the United States
1877 -1879
Thirty
Alonso - B - Connell
Republican Party
1880 -1882
Thirty-one
Grover Cleveland
The Democratic Party of the United States
1883 -1884
Thirty-two
David - B - Hill
The Democratic Party of the United States
1885 -1891
Thirty-three
Rothwell P Flower
The Democratic Party of the United States
1892 -1894
Thirty-four
Levi Parsons Morton
Republican Party
1895 -1896
Thirty-five
Frank - S - Black
Republican Party
1897 -1898
Thirty-six
Theodore I
Republican Party
1899 -1900
Thirty-seven
Little Benjamin Barker Odell
Republican Party
1901 -1904
Thirty-eight
Frank - W - Higgins
Republican Party
1905 -1906
Thirty-nine
Charles Evans Hughes
Republican Party
1907 -1910
Forty
Horace White
Republican Party
1910
Forty-one
John Alden Dicks
The Democratic Party of the United States
1911 -1912
Forty-two
William Saelzer
The Democratic Party of the United States
1913
Forty-three
Martin - H - Green
The Democratic Party of the United States
1913 -1914
Forty-four
Charles - S - Whitman
Republican Party
1915 -1918
Forty-five
Al Smith
The Democratic Party of the United States
1919 -1920
Forty-six
Nathan Lewis Miller
Republican Party
1921 -1922
Forty-seven
Al Smith
The Democratic Party of the United States
1923 -1928
Forty-eight
Franklin Delano I
The Democratic Party of the United States
1929 -1932
Forty-nine
Herbert Henry Lyman
The Democratic Party of the United States
1933 -1942
Fifty
Charles Poletti
The Democratic Party of the United States
1942
Fifty-one
Thomas E. Dewey
Republican Party
1943 -1954
Fifty-two
William Avril Harriman
The Democratic Party of the United States
1955 -1958
Fifty-three
Nelson Rockefeller
Republican Party
1959 -1973
Fifty-four
Malcolm Wilson
Republican Party
1973 -1974
Fifty-five
Hugh Carey
The Democratic Party of the United States
1975 -1982
Fifty-six
Mario Cuomo
The Democratic Party of the United States
1983 -1995
Fifty-seven
George Pataki
Republican Party
1995 -2006
Fifty-eight
Eliot Spitzer
The Democratic Party of the United States
2007 -2008
Fifty-eight
David Paterson
The Democratic Party of the United States
2008 -2011
Fifty-nine
Andrew Cuomo
The Democratic Party of the United States
Since 2011

The state of New York population

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The population, used to be the first big state, now is the third largest in the state, after California and Dezhou, is approximately equal to England Two times, six of the population, by the end of 2010, the total population of New York was 19 million 378 thousand and 102. Accounted for 75% of whites; non whites accounted for 25%, according to the results of the 2010 census, New York Chinese about more than 84 people, is one of the minority population growth in New York, the fastest non whites accounted for 48% of New York city.
20.4% of the residents are foreign born. Race Ontario population are as follows: 62% white (non Hispanic), 15.9% African American, 15.1% are Hispanic, 5.5% are Asian American, 0.4% Native Americans, 3.1% are mixed race.
According to the 2000 population census, residents in the state of New York
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The ancestors of African Americans (15.9%) the most, followed by the Italians (14.4%), Irish (12.9%), Germany (11.2%) and British (6%).
A resident of the state of New York at the age of 5, 6.5%, 18 under the age of 24.7%, such as the elderly over 65 years old is 12.9%. The total population of New York, women accounted for 51.8%.

The state of New York Economics

The state of New York economic structure

New York has 13 industrial clusters, including computer hardware and electronics, industrial machines and systems, transportation equipment, bio medicine, material processing, optical imaging, and software, food processing, communications and media, financial and insurance services etc..
The proportion of manufacturing industry is decreasing in the state of New York economy, but still created nearly 1 million jobs, the annual output value of up to $150 billion. In New York, clothing, printing, publishing, instruments and related industry force, the nation's leading. In addition, agricultural and forestry resources in New York are abundant, with farm 4 million, accounting for about 25% of the land area of the state, the annual output value of about $3 billion. Dairy products, apple, grape and strawberry yield acid rich food processing industry is quite developed.

The state of New York investment environment

New York has 82 technology incubator, including more than and 600 enterprises, employing more than 4 thousand people. Since 2003, the number of New York technology incubator grew 25%. Each district in the state of New York has at least 1 incubators, New York city has 14 incubators. New York has 13 advanced technology center and a number of research center, the center focuses on computer science, nanotechnology and microelectronics, electronics and information technology, life science, optoelectronics and image sensor, and environmental and energy systems, materials science and materials processing and other fields.

The state of New York Economic development

New York GDP is about $668 billion 500 million (after California), the United States accounted for about 8% of the annual gross production (New York, United States, labor population accounted for 7%) for the 8 million 957 thousand population, the non-agricultural population of about 8 million 730 thousand people, the unemployment rate is 4.3% (April 2001), if the state of New York as a country. Can be ranked 10th largest economy.
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In 2000 the average national income of approximately $34946, ranking fifth of America (after Cornell Dick State, The District of Columbia , New Jersey, Massachusetts). According to Fortune magazine in 2001 statistics, the nation's 500 largest company headquartered in New York is 55, which is headquartered in New York city in 40. New York city is the world financial center, New York stock exchange The daily transaction amounted to more than 1 trillion dollars, accounting for about 85% of U.S. financial transactions.
Both industry and agriculture in New York. There are fifty-eight thousand Farm The total area of Siliubawan hectares. An average of 80 hectares of farm. Planting grass, the keeper of the cow. Milk production ranks first. In addition, vegetables, watermelon, sweet Cherry And sour cherry, Pear , Maple sugar Pulp production are the highest of any state. Grape The yield of apple production in California, to Washington, broiler industry. Wheat and grain Corn . New York printing and publishing industry, paper industry, garment industry, photographic equipment industry, sports equipment, jewelry industry, toy industry, output of more than any state. New York mountains, river, lake, waterfall, and 128 state parks, more than fifty million tourists every year.
Ocean Shipping The financial industry, and foreign trade accounted for the first. Complete the manufacturing sector, output only The state of California . Leather, clothing, printing and publishing, instrument manufacturing in the country highlighted position. The southeastern end of the New York metropolitan area has concentrated most of industry. Buffalo steel, Rochester automobile, photographic equipment, optical instruments, Syracuse The metal and paper products, Bingham Don The computer and electronics are very famous. Agricultural income accounts for only small part of the statewide income, the main products are milk, poultry, eggs, vegetables, fruits, supply in the vicinity of the big city consumption.

The state of New York education

New York Territory University and college 314 (after California 346), continuing education in Colleges and Universities
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The number of students, more than seven hundred thousand. New York State University has sixty-four campuses, the largest. The number of students is four hundred and seventy thousand. Columbia University (Columbia University) (founded in 1754), New York University (New York University) (founded in 1831), Cornell University (Cornell University) (founded in 1865) and Rochester College (University of Rochester) (founded in 1850) is a famous university.
New York has the most perfect education system and interoperability. In the state of public and private schools in a total of more than 7000, public and private colleges 248, occupation qualification of public school teachers, consultants and management staff of more than 240 thousand. The library is nearly 7000, more than 750 museums. New York State University has seventy-one campuses, as the largest university. New York City, the Columbia University, New York University, and is located in the University, according to color (Ithaca) of the Cornell University as a famous university.

The state of New York State university

The State University of New York (State University of New York, referred to as SUNY, has 64 campuses, the larger the following)
  
New York State University Albany branch (Albany) New York State University, Hamilton (Binghamton)
State University of New York at Buffalo (Buffalo) The State University of New York at Stony Brook (Stony Brook)

School name School name
Barnard College (Barnard Collede) City University of New York (The City Yniversity of New York)
Fordham University (Fofdham University)
  
Judy Leah School of music (Juilliard School of Music)
Manhattan College (Manhattan College) Pace university (Pace University)
Pratt Institute (Pratt College) St. John's University (St.John's University)
Sarah Lawrence College (Sara Lawence College)  

The state of New York Private University

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Colgate University
  
Colgate University
Columbia University Columbia Unversity  
Cornell University Cornell University
Rochester Institute of Technology Rochester Institute of Technology
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
New York University New York University
Skidmore College Skidmore College
syracuse university Syracuse University
Vassar College Vassar College
New York Polytechnic University
  
Polytechinic University

The state of New York Other university

School name place
The United States Military Academy (The United States Military Academy) West City (WestPoint)
The United States Coast Guard Academy (United States Coast Guard Academy) King City (KingsPoint)

The state of New York high school

School name
type
Miss Buffalo (Buffalo Seminary)
The women's school
Darrow school (Darrow School)
co-education
Emma Willard School (Emma Willard School)
The women's school
The Gow School (The Gow School)
The boys school
Houghton Academy (Houghton Academy)
co-education
The Knox School (The Knox School)
co-education
The Masters School (The Masters School)
co-education
Millbrook School (Millbrook School)
co-education
New York Military Academy (New York Military Academy)
co-education
North Country School (North Country School)
co-education
Northwood School (Northwood School)
co-education
G middle school (Oakwood Friends School)
co-education
Ross school (Ross School)
co-education
The Stony Brook School (The Stony Brook School)
co-education
The Storm King School (The Storm King School)
co-education
Trinity-Pawling School (Trinity-Pawling School)
The boys school
Hackley School (Hackley School)
 
Kildonan School (The Kildonan School)
 
Hoosac School (Hoosac School)
co-education

School name
type
Miss Buffalo (Buffalo Seminary)
The women's school
Darrow school (Darrow School)
co-education
Emma Willard School (Emma Willard School)
The women's school
The Gow School (The Gow School)
The boys school
Houghton Academy (Houghton Academy)
co-education
The Knox School (The Knox School)
co-education
The Masters School (The Masters School)
co-education
Millbrook School (Millbrook School)
co-education
New York Military Academy (New York Military Academy)
co-education
North Country School (North Country School)
co-education
Northwood School (Northwood School)
co-education
G middle school (Oakwood Friends School)
co-education
Ross school (Ross School)
co-education
The Stony Brook School (The Stony Brook School)
co-education
The Storm King School (The Storm King School)
co-education
Trinity-Pawling School (Trinity-Pawling School)
The boys school
Hackley School (Hackley School)
Kildonan School (The Kildonan School)
Hoosac School (Hoosac School)
co-education

The state of New York Culture

The state of New York Art Center

Many of the most famous American performing arts center is located in New York City, like Lincoln Center (Lincoln Center), Avery Fisher Hall (Avery Fisher Hall), Carnegie Hall (Carnegie Hall), and metropolitan opera (Metropol
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Itan Opera House). New York city is also home to the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Metropolitan Opera, New York City Ballet Troupe, New York City Opera and many other performing arts group is. Buffalo, Broolyn (Brooklyn), Long Island Rochester, Albany, Syracuse, and the city also has the orchestra. New York City Theater District, including Broadway (Broadway), there are nearly one thousand games around the premiere performances every year. In addition, each park in the city of New York, every summer will launch a number of performances.
The museum is located in the city of New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art Museum, the American Museum of Natural History and the han, Whitney The museum, Broolyn Museum, and the Museum of American indian. The state and other museums: Buffalo Science Museum, children's Museum, located in the beautiful youthI Syracuse Emerson The art museum, located in the town of Cooper, located in the farmer Museum Corelle (Corning) Corelle Glass Museum, and is located in the New York State Museum in albany.

The state of New York Religious belief

Religion, New York city New York District of Manhattan in Washington Heights (Washing
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There are ton Heights) Catholicism The Sacred Heart convent missionary founder Cabrini (Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini:en:Mother Cabrini nun) shrine and cemetery. Mother Cabrini is the first American title by the nuns, but also an immigrant. In the state of New York's population, immigration is great for the influence of religion, so the state does not have absolute mainstream religious phenomenon, various religious groups with different characteristics of the coexistence of the. The following is New York's population percentage of belief.
44% Rome Catholic Roman Catholic
34% Protestants Protestant
1% other Christian followers of Other Christian
9% Judaism Judaism
2% Islamism Islam
1% other religions Other Religions
9% non believers Non-Religious
New York, the fundamentalist Protestants, the proportion is different, which Baptist Baptist is the highest (8%), followed by the Methodist Methodist (6%), followed by Lutheran Lutheran (3%)

The state of New York The symbol of the city

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Early established in the United States, New York's rapid economic and industrial development, and won the "Di Guozhou (The Empire State) titles. The title is from George Washington In the mouth. 1809, Robert Fulton (Rober
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T Fulton) "North River Steamboat" successfully completed the first steam driven to ship all over the world, open the water transportation of another page.
Erie Canal
Completed in 1825 Erie Canal In addition to greatly increased The port of New York (Port of New York) the importance of, also let many of New York's city built along the river. The Erie Canal in 1918 was replaced by bugee canal.
Statue of Liberty
By July 4, 1884 Ferdinand Lesseps (Ferdinand Lesseps) on behalf of the United States Law League (Franco-American Union) to the United States of America Statue of Liberty (Statue of Liberty), in order to memorial to celebrate the one hundred anniversary of the founding of the United states. Statue of Liberty is located in New York free island off the coast of Manhattan (Liberty Island), the foundation stone properly under the Statue of Liberty in 1884, the same year the statue of France after the decomposition of packed 214 big boxes across the Atlantic, arrived in Manhattan. Re assembled after 1886, by the then president of the United States Grover Cleveland Opened in October 28, 1886.
In nineteenth Century, the United States as the Europeans seek free paradise. New York City, which is a melting pot. Statue of Liberty Written by Emma Lazarus as the base of the famous inscription on behalf of the United States and New York spirit:
"Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me. I lift my lamp beside the golden door!"
"Give me your tired, poor, huddled masses yearning to breathe free in your body, poor abandoned coast crowd, to me, those homeless people, social turbulence flow. I is the voice of america".

The state of New York Sociology

The state of New York Recreation & Entertainment

New York has about one hundred and fifty state parks and sixty state forests. Popular in the state
 The winter in New York The winter in New York
Welcoming outdoor activities including hiking, Camping Canoeing, boating, Riding And play Golf Driving Sailing Swimming, hiking, back, Bicycle And ski. New York city's most popular scenic area: Statue of Liberty National Monument (Statue of Liberty National Monument), Brooklyn bridge (Brooklyn Bridge), Central Park (Central Park), The Empire State Building (Empire State Building), The World Trade Center (World Trade Center), United Nations Headquarters (United Nations Headquarters), Times Square (Times Square), Wall Street (Wall Street), and rockefeller center (Rockefeller Center). The other place worth visiting are located in the town of Cooper (Cooperstown) of the Baseball Hall of Fame (Baseball Hall of Fame), Di Conde Lo Jiabao, Sairuituo and existing national historical park, and is located in Albany. Schuler The State Park historic district.

The state of New York Occupation movement

- Football
First, the National Football League 1, The New York giants (New York G
 football game football game
Iants)
2, New York jets (New York Jets)
The two team is nominal New York, but the stadium were in the state of New Jersey
3, Buffalo Bills (Buffalo Bills)
Two, the American College of Sports Association, referred to as NCAA
Army
- Baseball
A major league MLB
The New York Yankees (New York Yankees)
The New York Mets (New York Mets)
Two, Little League
buffalo Buffalo (Buffalo Bisons), 3A international alliance, the parent team: Clif LAN lndians.
rochester The Red Wings (Rochester Red Wings), 3A international alliance team: Minnesota Shuangcheng
Syracuse days (Syracuse Sky Chiefs), 3A International Alliance team: Toronto Blue Jays
Binghamton Mets (Binghampton Mets), 2A east alliance team: New York Mets
The Staten Island Yankees (Staten Island Yankees), 1A New York - Pennsylvania short-term alliance, the New York Yankees team:
Cyclone Broolyn (Brooklyn Cyclones), 1A New York - Pennsylvania short-term alliance, parent team: the New York Mets
Tiger Anne Anta (Oneonta Tigers), 1A New York - Pennsylvania short-term alliance, parent team: the Detroit tigers
Shuangri (Auburn Doubledays), Auburn short 1A New York Penn league team -: Toronto Blue bird
Three city cat (Tri-City Valleycats), the valley of Pennsylvania - New York short-term 1A alliance, the parent team: the Houston Astros
Hudson The valley (Hudson Valley Renegades), a short 1A New York Penn League, the home team: Tampa Bay Rays
Bata Scandinavia (Batavia Muckdogs), the dirty dog short-term 1A New York Penn league team -: Philadelphia The people of Philadelphia
The town of James (Jamestown Jammers), upset the short-term 1A New York Penn League -, female team: Florida Marlins
- Basketball
A, NBA
New York Nicks (New York Knicks)
Brooklyn The nets (Brooklyn Nets)
Two, NCAA
Syracuse University
Three, the National Women's Basketball League, referred to as WNBA
New York free (New York Liberty)
- Ice Hockey
First, the National Hockey League, referred to as NHL
The New York Islanders (New York Islanders)
new york rangers (New York Rangers)
Buffalo Army (Buffalo Sabres)
Two, NHL Little League
Albany River Rats
Three, NCAA
Rensselaer / RPI
Cornell

The state of New York An important city

New York city (New York)
New York (English: New York City The City of, the official name for the New York), referred to as New York, is the most populous city in the United States, including the metropolitan area, and it has the world's largest city district. More than a century, New York
 New York City New York City
Is the world's most important commercial and financial center, and named the world class city. New York in the global scope directly affects the media, politics, education, entertainment and fashion, which is also located in the city of United Nations Headquarters. New York is the largest city and largest port, located in the northeast of the Atlantic coast of the United States, Southeast New York. The city has five districts, Manhattan District, Bronx District, Queens Brook forest, Staten Island area.
Rochester (Rochester)
Rochester (Rochester) in New York on the west, the southern shore of Lake Ontario, which belongs to the Monroe County, is the county seat of government. Resident population of 212481 people (2004), is the third largest city in New York. Will to the center area population of 1037831 in 2000.
Buffalo (Buffalo)
Buffalo (English: Buffalo), a city in Western New York, located at the eastern end of Lake erie, The Niagara River The source of. The population of 282864 (2004, metropolitan area population of 1 million 100 thousand), is the second largest city in New York (after New York), the capital of Erie county. The other side of Fort erie.
Albany (Albany)
Albany (Albany) population of 95658 (2000), is the capital of the state of New York, New York State University The Department ( Albany The establishment of this branch). In 1686 obtained the Charter in 1797 to become the capital of. Located in Albany Hudson River Pan. From New York, Boston It is almost an equilateral triangle, by Greyhound bus travel time about 3 hours or so.
Syracuse (Syracuse)
Syracuse (Syracuse), is located in the New York central city, Onondaga County county. The population of 147306 (2000 data). Syracuse name originated from the local snowfall extremely abundant, and the name was originally Italy English Sicily On the city Siracusa .

The state of New York Infrastructure

New York state is one of the most developed infrastructure in the United states. Especially the Kennedy International Airport, La gwadi airport and Newark International Airport consists of three major airports in the New York city and surrounding areas, to the world's more than and 400 city. The Kennedy International Airport famous bear 50% of the country's air cargo import and export business and 35% international passenger service. New York has a very well-developed highway, railway and water transportation system. Most of the rivers in the state have access to the Atlantic port, huge scale, excellent equipment, never frozen. New York city underground railway length of more than 1 thousand kilometers, is the subway transportation system of the world's longest and most efficient.

The state of New York traffic

Transportation is the economic lifeline in the connection hub location between the Atlantic and the five Great Lakes, railway, highway, waterway and canal form dense and convenient transportation network. New York city bridge 2100.

The state of New York The port of New York

New York port is one of the world's largest port, the throughput in the highest in the nation, the United States called the gateway.

The state of New York Airport

The International Airport has 8 seats, of which
 International Airport International Airport
In New York City, buffalo, Syracuse The 3 busiest airport. In addition there are more than and 470 ordinary airport. The main international port of New York port, Rochester , Buffalo And Albany.
An airport:
New York John Fitzgerald Kennedy International Airport (JFK) - Delta Air Transport Center
New York LaGuardia Airport (LGA)
An important highway
The New York Turnpike (I-87 South and West (I-90) New York State Thruway)

The state of New York Canal

The New York state canal system
New York State Canal System
Formerly known as the New York state barge canal (New York State Barge Canal, 1918 ~ 1992), also known as the barge canal (Barge Canal).
New York state owned and managed by the waterway system, 843 kilometers (524 miles), connecting Lake Erie and the Hudson River, extension to Lake Ontario, Lake Champlain, and Cayuga (Cayuga) and Senica (Seneca) Lake (in the Finger Lakes Finger Lakes area). The canal network includes Erie Canal (Erie Canal), from Troy (Troy) via Rochester (Rochester) to Buffalo North Tonawanda (Tonawanda); Champlain canal in Waterford (Waterford) into the Erie Canal and extends north to White Holzer (Whitehall); Oswego River (Oswego Canal), Three Rivers (in Sanhe District, Syracuse Syracuse is the North) connected to the Erie Canal, and then into the Ontario Lake in Oswego; and the Cayuga Lake and Seneca Lake, they mention Zuma in Mongolia (Montezuma) connected to the Erie canal. The length of 91 meters (300 feet), 13 meters (43.5 feet), a draught of 3.7 meters (12 feet), carrying 2000 metric tons (2200 tons) of the barge can pass. 1903 to 1918 to complete the excavation. In 1980s due to pipeline, rail and truck transport growth, river has declined. However, now the canal system to take the most popular entertainment yacht.

The state of New York Tourism

The Hudson Valley (Hudson Valley) is located in the north of New York City, here is the hillside animal husbandry area,
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Wonderful antique shops, a brewery and a famous historic site. Go west to the Katz (Catskills), is a famous summer resort, golf and skiing. In the summer, the town often have a variety of different ethnic festivals and music performances; in addition, in Germany maurice ravel The river (Delaware River) or the West tributary trout fishing is also very popular activities.
In New York's capital of Earl Barney (Albany) a Vitoria style spa resort of Saragota Springs, the hot spring has curative effect, but the more popular is riding and Performing Arts Center (Saragota Performing Arts Center), the Performing Arts Center is a city in the summer of New York Ballet Group (New York and City Ballet) The Philadelphia Philharmonic Orchestra (Philadelphia Orchestra) performance base. North fragrant Pine Frozen lake forest, towering mountains and Adilundake (the Adirondacks), Adilundake mountains are camping, hiking and canoeing in the good place. The most famous place in this area is a tranquil lake (Lake Placid), throughout the year can be skating and skiing and ski jump.
One of the seven wonders of the world Niagara Falls (Niagara Falls).

The state of New York celebrity

The actor, director, writer and comedian Woody Alan (Woody Allen)
writer James Baldwin (James Baldwin)
NBA legend Michael Jordan (Michael Jordan)
The famous boxer Mike Tyson (Michael Gerard Tyson)
The first black female congressman Shirley Kiss and Tim (Shirley Chisholm)
The twenty-second and twenty-four president Grover Cleveland (Grover Cleveland)
The composer Aaron Kaplan (Aaron Copland)
performer Tom Curise (Tom Cruise)
The thirteenth president of the United States Millard Fillmoe (Millard Fillmore)
Actress Judy Foster (Jody Foster)
The composer George Qasivan (George Gershwin)
writer joseph heller (Joseph Heller)
Author Washington Irwin (Washington Irving)
Politicians, playwright Claire Buss Ruth (Clare Booth Luce)
writer James Michener (James Michener)
Playwright Arthur Miller (Arthur Miller)
writer Henry Miller (Henry Miller)
William Eugene Onel (Eugene O Neill)
Industrialist and philanthropist John D. Rockefeller ( John D. Rockefeller )
Artist Norman Rockwell (Norman Rockwell)
The thirty-second President of the United States Franklin Delano I (Franklin Delano Roosevelt)
The twenty-sixth president of the United States Theodore I (Theodore Roosevelt)
Scientist Jonas Sok (Jonas Salk)
Folk composer, singer Peter Hin (Pete Seeger)
Playwright Neil Simon (Neil Simon)
Social reformer Sochuna Turus (Sojourner Truth)
The eighth president of the United States Martin Van Buren (Martin Van Buren)
Action star Sylvesster Stallone (Sylvester Stallone)
Action star Mel Gibson (Mel Gibson)
Action star Van Dicer (Vin Diesel)
Pop music Butterfly Mariah Carey (Mariah Carey)
The poet Water Whitman (Walt Whitman)